The ship is in the port from Noon to 7 (ship time). We met our tour at the pier, and left around 1pm. The drive to the zip lines was 1 1/2 hours each way, and then there is another 20 minute drive in an old truck to get you suited up. That takes 1/2 hour, and after a short intro, you walk to a tower to begin your zipping. Here you wait and wait, as they take two at a time and winch you up to the zip platform. Once up, they get you set and off you go. Really not much to see, but watch out for the giant grasshoppers, they hurt when you fly into them.
At the end of the first zip, you get pulled up to another platform. And off you go again. We found out that there were only three zip lines that you do. There are 11 in the park, you only do three. So overall, you actually zip for about 15 minutes.
As you waited for the rest of your group to finish, you are given your snack, an orange that was almost un-edible. Then you are taken back to the start, so you can return the gear, and buy a photo of yourself on the line.
After the long bus ride back, we got to the town at about 6:20, and you were supposed to be on board by 6:30, so we raced back to the ship, and walked down to our dinner (early seating), since we were so starved.